From the Live on Location program taped at the Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse in Berkeley, CA on June 6 1994.
Run time 00:17:14Producer Jump City ProductionsProduction Company Jump City ProductionsAudio/Visual sound, colorLanguage EnglishContact Information www.earloliver.com
Angels in Heat was a spin off group from "Sally & the Guys" who had appeared on one of the earlier programs. Sharon McCleod, a diva with the Lamplighters light opera company was the lead singer. She was joined by songwriter and bassist, Malcolm Brooks, and guitarist/vocalist Earl Oliver.
Malcolm Brooks was just beginning a distinguished career as a composer in movies and television. Collaborating with Rushmore DeNooyer, Malcolm has scored numerous films and specializes in broadcast television documentaries for clients including PBS, Turner Broadcasting, Nova, American Experience, England's Channel 4, Germany's Der Spiegel, and others. Their signature work was the score of the 1998 PBS mini-series, "From the Earth to the Moon". Films on which Brooks has worked have been singled out for numerous honors including the Peabody Award, IDA Award, two prime-time Emmy nominations, a Chris award, and a Cine Golden Eagle award.
Earl Oliver was the producer and host of the Live from LaVal's show and now resides on the Mendocino Coast of California where he is the leader of a popular dance band, the Groovinators, the host of a local Open Mic program, and is probably best known as the guy who plays the banjo on the Skunk Train, an historic excursion railroad.
Earl is also a member of the Production Staff at the local PEG station, Mendocino Coast Television (MCTV) - channels 3, 64 and 65 on ComCast Cable in Fort Bragg, Mendocino, Little River and Cleone..